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Posted on 2016-10-27
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I am trying to turn the attached table into a pivottable however for some reason it is not working.

If someone can help that would be much appreciated.

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by:ProfessorJimJam
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please explain, what information you need to see into the pivotable?  which columsn to show in row labels and which columns to be summed or counted?  can u plz give me more detail

do you want to learn how to create pivot table? or what is the exact issue herE?
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by:recycleaus
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I am trying to have data organised so in terms of rows Card Name is 'Level 1' and Description is 'Level 2' in the pivottable. Then in terms of columns it would be sum of Quantity and GrosProfit.

Also I want to be able to filter by PostDate

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by:ioane
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Hi recycleaus,

Try this:
AR_CrNte_VIC-2--Solved-.xlsx
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by:recycleaus
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Thats perfect. How did you make the PivotTable column 'Descriptions' appear alongside 'CardName' rather than under it? I have required this many times! And then also only have the 'CardName' appear once per entry in the column?

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Hi recycleaus,

When you select a Pivot Table cell, you get a "PIVOTTABLE TOOLS" section containing two additional menus (ANALYZE, and DESIGN) added to your menus at the top of the Excel window / screen.

Selecting DESIGN will give you options to change the layout of your Pivot Table.

Under 'Subtotals', select 'Do Not Show Subtotals'
Under 'Report Layout', select 'Show In Tabular Form'

That should do it.
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